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Does it make sense to use Atlassian Access if your users and groups are managed by external IdP

Does it make sense to use Atlassian Access if your users and groups are managed by an external IdP like Azure AD?

Provisioning and SSO is managed by Azure, and I'm curious - why would I use Atlassian Access? What are the benefits?


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Jonathon Yu
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
May 19, 2021

Atlassian Access is how you would connect your Atlassian cloud products to an external identity provider like Azure AD to get provisioning and SSO setup, so to connect to Azure you would need Access.

On top of that, Access provides other security and authentication policies, as well as API token controls, audit logs, and other security features. You can see the whole feature list and a demo here:

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